ARE YOU AGED 16 TO 18?
Get an Apprenticeship
The world is changing fast. With economic uncertainty and fierce competition for jobs, there's never been a greater need to have marketable skills. But you don't need to sit
in a class all day to get them. With an Apprenticeship, you can earn while you're
learning and gain recognised qualifications as you work.
What is an Apprenticeship?
If you're leaving or have already left education, are in work and want a change in
career, an Apprenticeship could be a great debt-free way for you to start work and gain qualifications in your chosen industry. If you are already in work, an Apprenticeship
can help you improve your skills and increase your chances of promotion and a better career.
We offer Apprenticeships in:
Construction - Bench Joinery
- Site Joinery
Care - Working with Adults
- Working with Children and Young People
Business Administration - General Administration
Each of our Apprenticeship Programmes consist of
- Technical Certificate or Diploma
- NVQ Levl 2
- Functional Skills [Numeracy, Literacy & ICT] Our Apprenticeship Programmes consist of a combination of on-the-job and off-the-job training, and take an average of 13 months to complete.
Applications are welcomed from everyone, regardless of factors like ethnicity, gender, disability, religion, age or sexual orientation. If you are from a group that is currently under-represented because of one of these factors, you may be able to get extra help, such as a mentor who can support and advise you throughout your experience.
Apprenticeships - equivalent to five good GCSE passes
Apprentices work towards work-based learning qualifications such as an NVQ Level 2, Functional Skills and in some cases, a relevant knowledge-based qualification such as a BTEC. These provide the skills you need for your chosen career and allow entry to Advanced Apprenticeships [equivalent to two A-level passes] and Higher Apprenticeships.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON OUR APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMME RING 0161 303 1069 AND ASK FOR THE APPRENTICESHIP COORDINATOR.
[Referenced from www.apprenticeships.org.uk]